Manually Starting and Stopping Processes

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Manually Starting and Stopping Processes

Athena processes run as daemons on the host devices. Like all processes in Linux they may be manually started, stopped, or rebooted.

The daemons are listed below. To start, stop, or restart them use the following command.

sudo systemctl [start | stop | restart | status] [daemon name]

Common Daemons on Targets, Monitors, and Displays

wifi-daemon: Monitors the /media/pi/[device name] for inserted USB Thumb drives.

logs-daemon: Removes old log files.

Target Daemons

target-daemon: Primary process that performs scoring shots.

target-lift: Interacts with the hardware motor to raise and lower the target unit.

Monitor Daemons

monitor-daemon: Primary process that performs the athlete monitor user interface.

Display Daemons

display-daemon: Primary process that performs the spectator display user interface.

Network Manager Daemons

greengrass-daemon: Primary process that performs the duties of the Network Manager.


See Also

Systemd Service Files for information on how to install the daemon service files.